Happy Monday, beautiful readers!
Can you believe today is the last day of 2012?
Less wild is that I’m doing another “Top Celebrity Psychings Posts” post, ha.
How can you blame me, though? It’s been a big year for Celebrity Psychings, and, come on, it’s not like I can resist. We bloggers love these things.
So, you pretty much know the drill. I’ve listed the most viewed Celebrity Psychings posts of 2012. The only difference is, unlike past top posts, I’m only including posts from 2012 (and not, say, posts written two years ago that are still getting tons of love, like the ever famous stuff about Grey’s Anatomy and Kevin McKidd, which has been making the list for years).
Let’s do this!
…and, if I’m not mistaken, this interview with Oprah caused some controversy.
I’m still proud of those two!
Hmm, maybe it was a big year for Oprah.
Not everyone agreed with me, but I still a) agree with interviewer Kate Waterhouse, and b) stand by my original opinion.
This was a pretty big deal. Not only did Vinny leave the Shore house in the middle of a season to gain control of his anxiety, but he also spoke publicly about mental health afterward.
Deena struggled with her own issues in the final season of Jersey Shore, including depression, isolation, and anxiety.
According to Rolling Stone, this was a first in the music industry.
Shock of my life.
The New Yorker posted a lengthy profile on the blue collar rocker.
The comments are better than the post!
The star opened up to Vogue about seeing herself on the big screen.
A touching tribute to all the souls taken from us that day.
I LOVE this list!
These posts are always a hit.
This post would’ve been at the top of the list if I had any say. In an effort to help spread awareness of bullying, Maureen Catalano chose Celebrity Psychings to tell the story of her son’s life-threatening attack by a bully. If you check out nothing else in this list, read this post and share it.
How about you, readers? What was your favorite Celebrity Psychings topic of 2012?
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Last reviewed: 28 Dec 2012